75 thoughts on “Winter joy

  1. Our little Bonnie-Belinda tries to leap through the snow like that, even when it is chest-deep. When she comes in, she needs her tummy dried as well as her feet. She is very patient when I do it, but thinks it is fun to escape from Dick when he tries to towel her off. She runs through three rooms to get to me, as if asking my permission to let him dry her, and I send her back to him, whereupon her feet are already half dry. She thinks it is great fun, full of tricks as she is!
    Kay

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  2. “The best thing is to embrace it

    And smile —”

    You said, Fiona! And these pictures definitely made me smile 🙂

    Especially love that final shot!

    Have a super week, my friend!

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  3. These photos filled me with joy, as your snowy scenes always do. Alas, as I was looking at them, our local news channel was showing the effects of all the snow in the UK.

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  4. I have been seeing a lot of snow pictures from the UK – such things must be more or less normal for you these days! The Tasmanian Devils in my pictures are (sadly) all captive animals, so they seem more that happy to laze around in the open, often near the fences. I have never managed to photograph any in the wild.

    Cheers – Stewart M – Melbourne

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  5. Such happy dogs. Looks like fun to play in the snow. We didn’t get much this year, but you probably don’t want to hear me complain about it. – Margy

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